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Ex-Mossad Chief Suspected of Sharing Classified Info with Flight Attendant - Report
By Staff, Agencies
Former director of the ‘Israeli’ Mossad spy agency, Yossi Cohen, is accused of sharing confidential data with a flight attendant with whom he has been in close personal contact for the past two years, ‘Israeli’ Channel 13 reported on Monday.
According to the report, a complaint has been made with the so-called Justice Ministry, which is being investigated by the occupation entity’s Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit.
Cohen himself reportedly told the channel that he denies any wrongdoing, adding that "there is no flight attendant, there is no close relationship, and the attorney general has not contacted me."
In a recent bombshell interview, apart from signaling that Mossad could be behind that attack on Iran's underground centrifuge facility at Natanz, Cohen detailed a 2018 operation in which the Zionist agency stole Iran's nuclear archive from safes in a Tehran warehouse, and confirmed that Iran's assassinated top nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh had been in Mossad's sights for years.
The interview, which is said to be the most revealing ever given by a Mossad chief so soon after his active service ended, was broadcast after Cohen left the office on June 1 and was replaced by David Barnea.
Cohen, who was named Mossad's chief by former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, also stated in the interview that he had not ruled out running for prime minister one day, though he was not considering it at the time.
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